Additions to the National Register of Historic Places

Additions lists cultural resources in Pennsylvania - districts, sites, buildings, structures and objects - entered in the National Register of Historic Places.

February 1 to May 6, 1980


Adams County

  • John Abbott House, E. King St., Abbottstown

Allegheny County

  • St. Nicholas Croatian Chu1ch, 24 Maryland Ave., Millvale Twp.

Bedford County

  • Covered Bridges of Bedford County, A Thematic Resources Nomination

Berks County

  • Joanna Furnace Complex, L.R. 244, Robeson Twp.
  • Stirling (James Hervey Sternbergh Mansion), 1120 Centre Ave., Reading

Bucks County

  • Pugh Dungan House, Doylestown
  • Holicong Village Historic District, Holicong

Cambria County

  • Grand Army of the Republic Hall, 132 Park Place, Johnstown

Chester County

  • Federal Barn, Tredyffrin Twp., Valley Forge vicinity
  • William Ferguson Farm, Marshall Rd., Glen Moore

Clearfield County

  • Dimeling Hotel, 2nd and Market Sts., Clearfield
  • McGees Mills Covered Bridge, Bell Twp., Mahaffey vicinity

Fayette County

  • Locus 7 Site, Fayette City

Huntingdon County

  • St. Mary’s Covered Bridge (Shade Gap Covered Bridge), T. 358, five miles south of Orbisonia, Cromwell Twp.

Lackawanna County

  • James L Crawford House (Lackawanna House of Detention), 313 Monroe Ave., Scranton

Lancaster County

  • Germania Turnverein Building, Lancaster
  • John B. Good House, NE corner of Rt. 6 25, Bowmansville
  • Lancaster County House of Employment (Old County Hospital), 900 E. King St., Lancaster

Lebanon County

  • John Immel House, Flanagan Rd., Myerstown

Montgomery County

  • Gray Towers (William Welsh Harrison House), Easton Rd. and Limekiln Pike, Glenside

Northampton County

  • Jacob Mixsell House, 101 S. 4th St., Easton
  • Whitefield House and Gray Cottage, 214 E. Center St., Nazareth

Philadelphia County

  • Drexel and Company Building, 135-143 S. 15th St., Philadelphia
  • Fisher’s Lane, 39-92 E. Logan St., Philadelphia
  • Packard Motor Corporation Building, 317-321 N. Broad St., Philadelphia
  • Rafsnyder-Welsh House, 1923 Spruce St., Philadelphia
  • Royal Theater, 1524-1534 South St., Philadelphia
  • George W. South Memorial Protestant Episcopal Church of the Advocate, 18th and Diamond Sts., Philadelphia

Union County

  • Mifflinburg Historic District, Mifflinburg
  • Union County Covered Bridges, A Thematic Resources Nomina¬≠tion

Westmoreland County

  • Squirrel Hill Site, W. of New Florence, near the banks of the Conemaugh River